R is for… Recipes

The letter RThis post is part of the A-Z Challenge blogging challenge.

I love cooking! I would do far more of it if I didn’t have… you know, a full-time job and a business and a novel to write. I’ve already shared one of my own recipes for Jumbalya. Today, however, I am going to highlight a few recipes that have been posted by other participants in the A-Z Challenge.

A is for … Applesauce Ice-cream (holy crap that sounds amazing!). Every single A-Z Post on this blog is about ice-cream. That alone deserves an ovation, frankly.

B is for … Brussel sprouts with balsamic glaze. Yup, our often misunderstood little green sprouty vegetables of awesome complete with a delectable sounding glaze. This recipe looks like an easy way to spice up a veggie side!

C is for … cauliflowers and cherries. Not in the same recipe, sadly, but here are two ingredients jazzed up by this talented food blogger 🙂

D is for … dill. Specifically carrot, dill and white bean salad. Not an A-Z blogger, but one of my favourite recipe blogs. I had to share.

E is for … eggplant rollatini. Okay, so I’m not advocating an extreme raw food diet. But replacing a few of our meals with high-raw versions is a great way to get more veggies/fruits in and feel more awesome. This recipe is an tasty way to start.

F is for … fennel. I first discovered fennel when it turned up in a veg box. Since then, I’ve discovered this vegetable also makes a rather lovely tea. If you’ve yet to discover the delights of fennel, this post will help you out.

G is for … goat-cheese baked potato. I’m always looking for healthy fast dinner options. This looks like one of those.

H is for … hummus! I adore hummus, and luckily it’s one of the few things my other half also loves. I like falafel in pitta bread with hummus. Yum. This blog has a great recipe for a basic, tasty hummus.

I is for … indian cuisine. If you’ve never tried it, you probably should. This A-Z blogger introduces some basics and shares a recipe for butter chicken.

J is for … Jalapeno! (Damn straight it is!). Spicy looking Cornbread Crusted Chicken with Jalapeno Popper Sauce recipe over on this A-Z blog!

K is for … kiwi fruit and kale. In short, we should all eat more kale.

L is for … Lemons. Yes, one of the best ingredients, it acts a bit like salt in savoury dishes (boosting flavour). Anyway, 9 ways to use a lemon here, great for when you’ve got half of one left over.

M is for … macaroni & cheese. I basically live on pasta. Mac & cheese is one of my favourite ways to make it.

N is for … Naughty & Nice. A rather lovely looking cappuccino coffee cake recipe from friend and co-blogger Louise!

O is for … olive oil. This post talks a bit about olive oil and why it’s awesome, and then sends you on to a recipe for homemade pizza dough. Anything that involves pizza should be shared.

P is for … peppermint ice-cream! More ice-cream recipes, but I had to highlight this one. I love peppermint and this ice-cream sounds refreshing and cooling.

Q is for … Quince paste! Yes, an oddity you may never have heard of, but which sounds delicious.

Yikes! That’s a lot of cooking I suddenly feel like doing. How about you – do you have a favourite recipe you would like to share in the comments?


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